All posts tagged: AYA

Survivorship Matters Blog: Recapturing the Dream

Survivorship Matters Blog By CAC2 Member Mary Beth Collins, PREP4Gold During his teens, my neuroblastoma survivor Joshua was struggling in every way a person could struggle. Puberty had brought on new long term side effects, and reinvigorated old ones that we thought were behind us. His chemo-induced hearing loss progressed from moderate-to-severe to profound, and his hearing aides became a trigger for his migraines. The combinations of cognitive impact, cluster migraines, and chemo-induced ADHD made education almost impossible. He was doing the best he could on home/hospital care with a teacher who visited the house a few times a week. […]

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CC Community News Digest (December 21-January 3)

Assorted news from the last two weeks: NCI unveiled two new resources for young people with cancer: tips to help young people facing end-of-life decisions talk with their doctors and make choices about palliative care, advance directives, living wills, and how they want to be remembered. resource to help young people find support after a cancer diagnosis and during cancer treatment. It includes advice on talking with mental health experts, spotting signs of depression, and finding support groups. Study suggests “that children in the U.S. may be treated more intensely compared to children in the U.K., which led to a decreased […]

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